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    This will be a complex post and question which will contain Second Life LSL (scripting language) and a PHP DB Query which is on the server with the MYSQL data base. I will try to present it in a short logical manner and I am not asking for code or solutions. I just want possibilities and initial thoughts about processes. While it is a bit involved it might be interesting to some. Ok My ultimate goal is to upload x y co-ordinates to the java in the api to plot aircraft in Second life on the web.

    First question is could I use a JDBC DB Query in place of the PHP? Next question can I insert variables into the java in the api from the data base or even dynamic LSL uploads?

    Here is a google map on one web page showing the waypoints. I am using a SL google map api to show Second Life maps on the web.

    http://www.sliditerod.com/waypoints.html

    A portion of the java code used in the map api:
    function loadmap() {
      mapInstance = new SLMap(document.getElementById('map-container'));
      mapInstance.centerAndZoomAtSLCoord(new XYPoint(1145, 1055), 6);
     
    // plots one waypoint using the x y cords
     var marker2_image = new Img("images/mapways.gif", 400, 50);
     var marker2_icon = new Icon(marker2_image); 
    var marker2_images = [marker2_icon, marker2_icon,];
     var marker2a = new Marker(marker2_images, new XYPoint(1139, 1106));
     mapInstance.addMarker(marker2a);

    Second phase:

    Using LSL inworld a prim (primitive) puts up a dialog which gives user choice and selection of a waypoint the passes the name to another prim. This prim uses this code (partial)for a llHttpResponse to the PHP on the server.

          string rurl = "http://www.sliditerod.com/track.php";//get waypoint x y z
           link_message(integer sender_num, integer num, string choice, key id)
        {
            god = ((string)choice);  llSay(0, "god" + ((string)god));
          state scal;
        }    
    }
           state scal
         {       state_entry()
            {
               llSay(0, "name is" + ((string)god));
     
            string xyz = "name=" + god; way_name = ((string)god);
            query = llHTTPRequest(rurl, [HTTP_METHOD,"POST",HTTP_MIMETYPE,"application/x-www-form-urlencoded"] , xyz);
             }
     
     
     
     
    ///////// GETS XYZ /////
     
     http_response(key qid, integer status, list meta, string url)
            {
                if ( qid == query )
                {
                    if ( status != 200 ){
                        llSay(0, "Server Error");
                    }
                    else
                    {
                        //get waypoint x y z
                        list info = llParseString2List(url,[" "],[" "]);
                        map_x = llList2Float(info,0);
                        map_y = llList2Float(info,1);
                        map_z = llList2Float(info,2);
                        wregion =  llList2String(info,3)

    The PHP
    <?php
    $name = $_POST["name"];
    $url = $_POST["surl"];
     
     
     
     
     
    include 'slidconnect.php';
     
     
    // Get a specific result from the "example" table
    $result = mysql_query("SELECT * FROM xyz
     WHERE pname='$name'") or die(mysql_error());  
     
    // get the first (and hopefully only) entry from the result
    $row = mysql_fetch_array( $result );
    // Print out the contents of each row into a table 
    echo $row ['x'] . "  " . $row['y'] . "  " . $row['z'] . "  " . $row[regions];
     
     
     
    msqli_close($dbc);
    ?>


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    Default Re: Project

    A portion of the java code used in the map api...
    That look like javascript not java....this is a java centric forum, are you sure your question isn't javascript specific?

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